100 Walks

100 Walks

Leave the beaches, historic centres, restaurants …
Put on a pair of walking boots and walk along the ancient roads of the Amalfi Coast.

Mule paths, faint tracks or paved roads, walked along over the centuries by farmers and traders to move from one point to another of the Coast, when the State Highway 163 had yet to be built.

Walk between vineyards and lemon groves, hanging onto the steep slopes of the Lattari Mountains, or at high altitudes, through chestnut and beech woods where it is possible to meet shepherds with goats and woodsmen with their mules, coming across abandoned hermitages and ancient bandit shelters …

suspended from overhanging views, but always in contact with the sea!

Along the Amalfi Coast, there are more than 500 km of paths representing 100 walks.

All 100 paths are described, complete with GPS tracks and photos, in:

5 Maps of the Paths of the Amalfi Coast (1-5)

in the book 24 Walks on the Amalfi Coast

all edited by Cart&Guide®